ONE, a nation outraged by the massacre of 44 police commandos on a mission to capture or neutralize an international terrorist whose bombs have killed and maimed hundreds of innocent civilians.

Two, a president who bungles a very critical police operation, fumbles when sought for answers and turns from hero to heel in just five short days following the massacre, leaving him a virtual political lame duck with 17 months before the end of his term.

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